Me, I romp and stomp/Thankful as I romp/Without freedom of speech/I might be in the swamp
A rock prince pays respect to his elders in the moving documentary ‘Echo in the Canyon’
When the voice of a generation became the man of a thousand masks, and what we—and he—lost
Are the Nobel laureate’s holiday decorations trying to tell us something?
Unfortunately for Jewish fans, all that Jesus talk wasn’t a lark
What one writer learned spending decades listening, and talking to, the legendary singer
The life and high times of a Queens kid who found his way to Bob Dylan, Abbie Hoffman, Howard Stern, and Mike Tyson
Hippie memories of California Gov. Ronald Reagan’s bad jokes
Leadbelly’s music (‘changed my life’) and Moby Dick (‘makes demands on you’) have been with Dylan since the beginning of his career
In March, Bob Dylan will release a triple album of covers of American songs
As expected, Dylan didn’t show to the Nobel ceremony in Stockholm over the weekend. But his speech—and Patti Smith’s rendition of ‘A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall’—created a moving moment.
An upcoming 36-disc box set of Dylan’s 1966 tour should sate those wanting to hear more
The decision to award Bob Dylan the Nobel Prize in Literature was a long time coming
And it’s about time
A tribute to the man who’s influenced my entire songwriting career, on his 82nd birthday
A step-by-step guide on how to marinate at home on Labor Day weekend
A writer grapples with the myth of Bob Dylan, who gave a confusing if intimate performance in Queens, New York
‘Blonde on Blonde’ and ‘Pet Sounds’ are American gospel
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